History DissidiaFinalFantasy / TropesAToM

22nd Jan '17 10:09:32 PM Pyre
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--->[[spoiler: This is especially poignant coming from Lightning, who spends all of her original game as [[TheAtoner The Atoner]]. ]]
22nd Jan '17 10:04:55 PM Pyre
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--->[[spoiler: This is especially poignant coming from Lightning, who spends all of her original game as [[TheAtoner The Atoner]]. ]]
13th Jan '17 6:33:21 PM Scabbard
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* * BreakingTheFourthWall: The Moogles tend to do this, as do the characters narrating some of the menu screens. Special mention goes to the Moogle at the beginning of ''012'', who makes you fight the ''final boss'' if you try to skip the tutorial!

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* * BreakingTheFourthWall: The Moogles tend to do this, as do the characters narrating some of the menu screens. Special mention goes to the Moogle at the beginning of ''012'', who makes you fight the ''final boss'' if you try to skip the tutorial!
13th Jan '17 6:27:52 PM Scabbard
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* BadassBaritone: Oh, so ''many''. Chaos is freakin' KeithDavid, Creator/ChristopherSabat is frightening as Garland, Peter Beckman, the voice of Golbez, is ''godly,'', and in ''Dissidia 012'', Creator/LiamOBrien returns as Kain (which is particularly notable here because Kain's ridiculously deep voice in the DS remake of ''Final Fantasy IV'' was seen as {{Narm}}y; now he's 100% sexy).

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* BadassBaritone: Oh, so ''many''. Chaos is freakin' KeithDavid, Creator/ChristopherSabat is frightening as Garland, Peter Beckman, the voice of Golbez, is ''godly,'', ''godly'', and in ''Dissidia 012'', Creator/LiamOBrien returns as Kain (which is particularly notable here because Kain's ridiculously deep voice in the DS remake of ''Final Fantasy IV'' was seen as {{Narm}}y; now he's 100% sexy).
22nd Oct '16 6:39:08 PM dlchen145
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* BadassCrew: Cosmos and Chaos chose their teams well. Pick any {{Badass}} trope listed under its index, and odds are at least one member on either team fulfills it.

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* BadassCrew: Cosmos and Chaos chose their teams well. Pick any {{Badass}} badass trope listed under its index, and odds are at least one member on either team fulfills it.
14th Oct '16 1:13:12 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: RhymesOnADime is Shantotto's favorite trope. Yet the game has far fewer then most would hope. TheyJustDidntCare some fans would guess, but they need only look into the sound test. For though her win quotes are just one line. When placed together they fit just fine. [[NoblewomansLaugh Ohohoho!]]

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: RhymesOnADime is Shantotto's favorite trope. Yet the game has far fewer then most would hope. TheyJustDidntCare some fans would guess, but they They need only look into the sound test. For though her win quotes are just one line. When placed together they fit just fine. [[NoblewomansLaugh Ohohoho!]]
19th Jul '16 9:06:03 AM Verum
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* ChromosomeCasting: [[DefiedTrope Defied]], this is one of the reasons Terra was included. If she didn't appear then all the characters on the good side will only be male and that [[UnfortunateImplications looks really bad]].
--> Creator/TetsuyaNomura: If it weren’t Terra, then there would be no female characters on the Cosmos team. I was also a member of the production team for FFVI, and based on my feelings from that time I thought it had to be Terra. She’s on the cover image, and Terra appeared in the advert, so really I didn’t have a reason not to choose her.
27th Mar '16 8:55:33 AM toravir
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** [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Squall]]: [[IneffectualLoner There's only so much you can accomplish on your own]].

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** [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Squall]]: [[IneffectualLoner There's only so much you can accomplish on your own]].
6th Jan '16 10:21:49 PM nombretomado
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** Garland's sword (which looks like he borrowed it from [[SoulSeries Nightmare]]) is so enormous that it ''dwarfs'' Cloud's Buster Sword when the two of them fight in the opening of the first game. It's certainly big enough to [[GoodBadTranslation knock them all down]].

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** Garland's sword (which looks like he borrowed it from [[SoulSeries [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]]) is so enormous that it ''dwarfs'' Cloud's Buster Sword when the two of them fight in the opening of the first game. It's certainly big enough to [[GoodBadTranslation knock them all down]].
28th Dec '15 10:06:12 AM Karxrida
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** Shinryu as well, from optional BonusBoss in VideoGame/FinalFantasyV to one of the key players in the conflict.

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** Shinryu as well, from optional BonusBoss in VideoGame/FinalFantasyV ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' to one of the key players in the conflict.



* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: Many of [[FinalFantasyV Bartz Klauser's]] moves are mashups of Bravery Attacks from the other Warriors of Cosmos, and some follow this sort of naming convention as a result, such as Reel Impulse (Reel Axe and Storm Impulse), Solid Ascension (Solid Barrel and Ascension), and Slide Shooter (Full Slide and Celestial Shooter).

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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: Many of [[FinalFantasyV [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Bartz Klauser's]] moves are mashups of Bravery Attacks from the other Warriors of Cosmos, and some follow this sort of naming convention as a result, such as Reel Impulse (Reel Axe and Storm Impulse), Solid Ascension (Solid Barrel and Ascension), and Slide Shooter (Full Slide and Celestial Shooter).



** There's also ''FinalFantasyVI''[='=]s Terra Branford. In the original game, she was a bit unsure of herself and afraid that she'd never feel love, but she still wasn't afraid to fight for the Returners' cause and stand up to Kefka. Dissidia turns her into the ultimate deer in the headlights, and she's completely afraid to fight at all. She's strictly this timid little girl with little of her characterization from VI, to a point where she doesn't even use her sword outside of chase scenes so they can have her fight with magic from the distance. Worse, it takes the advice and bodyguarding of two younger males for her to start regaining some element of her original character.

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** There's also ''FinalFantasyVI''[='=]s ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI''[='=]s Terra Branford. In the original game, she was a bit unsure of herself and afraid that she'd never feel love, but she still wasn't afraid to fight for the Returners' cause and stand up to Kefka. Dissidia turns her into the ultimate deer in the headlights, and she's completely afraid to fight at all. She's strictly this timid little girl with little of her characterization from VI, to a point where she doesn't even use her sword outside of chase scenes so they can have her fight with magic from the distance. Worse, it takes the advice and bodyguarding of two younger males for her to start regaining some element of her original character.
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